Within the fantastic age MC-and-DJ tandem Kool G Rap & DJ Polo, the “Kool Genius of Rap” enjoyed an effective and, most importantly, influential run through the past due ’80s and early ’90s before getting into a fitful single career. Blessed Nathaniel Wilson on July 20, 1968, in Queens, NY, Kool G Rap debuted in 1986 on Frosty Chillin’ Records using the It’s a Demonstration/I’m Take a flight 12″ single, made by Marley Marl and billed to “DJ Polo & Kool G Rap” (the rapper’s name would afterwards come first, prior to the DJ’s). A few further singles implemented — Rikers Isle/Rhyme Thyme (1987), Poison (1988) — plus a Kool G Rap feature on Marley Marl’s Juice Staff traditional The Symphony (1988), before Kool G Rap & DJ Polo released their debut record, Street towards the Riches (1989), on Cool Chillin’. Offering each of the previously released singles, plus a few new types (“Street towards the Riches,” “Truly Yours”), Street towards the Riches was an extraordinary debut and demonstrated highly important. Two following Kool G Rap & DJ Polo albums, Needed: Deceased or Alive (1990) and Live and Allow Die (1991), demonstrated similarly important and, though they have a tendency to become less famous than Street towards the Riches, are broadly considered classics from the genre and so are probably better albums compared to the duo’s debut. Kool G Rap embarked on a single career at this time, liberating 4, 5, 6 (1995) on Chilly Chillin’. He released his second single recording, Roots of Bad (1998), on Illstreet Information, for Cool Chillin’ got ceased procedures. The latter recording had not been well received, a minimum of in accordance with Kool G Rap’s albums on Cool Chillin’, as well as the rapper got a while off to regroup. He came back in 2000 having a guaranteeing 12″ EP for Rawkus, The Roads, and another, MY ENTIRE LIFE, in 2001. Rawkus prepared release a a full-length recording by Kool G Rap, The Giancana Tale, in fall 2001; nevertheless, once the label was abruptly shuttered and offered to MCA Information, the recording didn’t obtain released until more than a yr later on, in November 2002, on Koch Information. Following this regrettable turn of occasions, Kool G Rap proceeded to go the independent path, liberating a collaborative recording, Click of Respect (2003), on Blaze the entire world Records. Few noticed that recording, which was the final discharge by Kool G Rap for quite some time. It wasn’t the final heard about the rapper, though, as he popped through to guest features occasionally, most memorably alongside Big Daddy Kane on both Root base’ “Increase!” and UGK’s “Following Up.” He became more vigorous on the record and mixtape front side, releasing Inactive or Alive (2006), Half of a Klip (2007), The Experienced (2008), and Riches, Royalty & Respect (2011).
|1||Kool G Rap co-wrote a feature film pitch with Tommaso Rossellini entitled 'Thoughts of Intent'.|
|2||Was courted by several high caliber record labels, even later in his career, including G-Unit and Maybach Music.|
|3||Was formerly part of the Juice crew, the loose collective of mc's and producers.|
|4||Is credited as the true innovator of Mafioso rap, relishing in mobb-like tales, underworld references, and play on themes of gangster narratives.|
|5||The "G." stands for "genius", Kool Genius of Rap.|
|Battle of the Year||2013||writer: "Boom" - as Nathaniel Wilson|
|Bad Biology||2008||performer: "IT'S A RAP"|
|Dave Chappelle's Block Party||2005||Documentary performer: "Boom" / producer: "Boom" - as Nathaniel Wilson / writer: "Boom" - as Nathaniel Wilson|
|Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas||2004||Video Game performer: "Road To The Riches" - as Kool G Rap / writer: "Road To The Riches" - as Nathaniel Thomas Wilson|
|The Cookout||2004||performer: "Breaker Breaker" / writer: "Breaker Breaker" - as Nathaniel Wilson|
|Love the Hard Way||2001||performer: "Cold Onez" - as Cool G Rap|
|Music of the Heart||1999||performer: "Poison" / writer: "Poison" / writer: "Symphony Vol. 1" - as Nathaniel Wilson|
|CB4||1993||writer: "Talk Like Sex" - as Nathaniel Wilson|
|Colors||1988||performer: "BUTCHER SHOP" / writer: "BUTCHER SHOP" - as Nathaniel T. Wilson|
|Three Thug Mice||2008||Short||Brik|
|Who's the Man?||1993||Guy in barbershop chair (uncredited)|
|Kiss and Tail: The Hollywood Jumpoff||2009||Video documentary||Himself|
|Dave Chappelle's Block Party||2005||Documentary||Himself|
|Brown Sugar||2002||Himself (as Kool G Rap)|
|Black Picket Fence||2002||Documentary||Himself|
|Pete Rock: Soul Survivor||1998||Video short||Himself|
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|1||Raspy voice, multi syllable rhymes, and vivid street stories.|
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